1994 was a breakthrough season for Oregon. The Ducks went 9-4, won the Pac-10, and earned a Rose Bowl berth, and the program has only had one losing season since. One of the turning points of that season was during the rivalry game against No. 9 Washington. Freshman cornerback Kenny Wheaton ran an interception off of Huskies quarterback Damon Huard for a touchdown, sealing a Ducks win. Oregon, which start the year 3-3, won its last six regular season games, and Wheaton's play became known as "The Pick" in Eugene.
20 years later, it looks like Oregon, which has become known for constantly-changing modern uniforms, may pay tribute to 1994 and "The Pick" with throwback jerseys this weekend.
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While Oregon's new looks are always impressive, seeing the Ducks throw it back to 1994 for a weekend would also be pretty awesome. The Ducks host the Huskies at Autzen Stadium this weekend.